Nick's message this morning, from Romans 8:14, was about discovering God's Will - a very informative and illuminating study. He borrowed liberally from the book "Just Do Something: A Liberating Approach to Finding God's Will OR How to make a decision without dreams, visions, fleeces, impressions, open doors, random bible verses, casting lots, liver shivers, writing in the sky, etc" by Kevin DeYoung (I kid you not - that is the entire title). I'm listening to the book at the moment and can recommend it, along with recommending a listen to Nick's message. Being voiceless I was more than happy to have no socialising to do between services. Lunch was ready when we got home from church (yay for self-timers on ovens). We played a quiet game of 20 Questions over lunch, which continued into a communal and pleasant dish-washing and drying event - I do enjoy having Nick and the boys involved in the clean-up instead of disappearing into rest-mode while one is left with the work. Aaron asked if he and Caleb could play with polymer clay and although it's tempting to reply with an automatic 'no', it was actually the perfect time for it - grey outside, and Kindle privileges revoked for Aaron for the day.